Toxic people will pollute the people around them; find out how to delete them from your life.
Practical Tips for Productive Living
Are you anxious at times? I am. Let's face it, there's plenty of anxiety to go around: lay-offs, relationship crises, pandemics, violence - and that's just for starters.
Blog post at Personal Growth with Corinne Edwards : "The house was listed for sale and we were looking for a new place, when he sent me an email telling me he wanted a divorce. Can you imagi[..]
People younger than 30 know a lot about things I will never understand, but they don't know much about marriage.
In the series "The Seven Disney Sins," artist Chris Hill has positively desecrated our beloved Disney princesses. We like it. Despite the negative connotation —
Choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television, Choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players, and electrical tin openers. Choose good health, low cholesterol and dental insurance.
Want to improve your marriage? Know the things that can hurt your marriage. Eliminating the bad things can at times be more helpful in improving marriage.
With these five steps I think you might be able to make your marriage happy for at least 4 years. I will let you know how it goes on year 5. Now it's your turn. What five steps would you give me?
Easy to implement, insightful tips.
This post is a compilations of seventeen awesome quotes on living, being, and doing. They speak for themselves.
101 (Small) Things To Keep The Wife Happy 1. Give her a hug every day 2. Say "I Love You" at the end of every phone conversation 3. Remember to take out the garbage 4. Take the kids for a walk (or drive). Alone time does wonders for
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Inspiring words about how to live our lives more fully and freely by Erma Bombeck.
How to form an enduring bond. Healthy relationships are built on love and trust, commitment and intimacy. By Hara Estroff Marano | Psychology Today
In any kind of negotiation, your ability to walk away is your strongest tool.